Paul Slater, the co-founder of Ground Six shared with us why he decided to turn to ShoutEm to deliver content via iPhone and Android apps. Feel free to check out our previous mobile app spotlights for additional interviews. 1. Why do publishers need a mobile strategy? Having undergone a number of mobile specific service improvements to Bdaily
We are pleased to bring you our first interview this week with Wes Jackson, executive producer of The Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival. He shared with us why they decided to turn to ShoutEm to promote the event via iPhone and Android mobile apps. Feel free to check out our previous mobile app spotlights for additional interviews.
Here @shoutem we talked with Samantha Martin, web developer and PhD student, who offered iPhone and Android apps as tools to help people with Coeliac Disease or Gluten Intolerance easily find places in Paris offering gluten-free meals and drinks. She shared with us best practices for building successful SoLoMo apps and the main advantages for the end-user.
Here @shoutem we spoke with Natalie Hawker, Marketing Coordinator at Surfers Paradise Alliance – a local government organization that promotes Surfers Paradise events, local businesses, and initiatives. They’ve decided to use iPhone and Android apps to publicise the Surfers Paradise Festival, an event held each March and April that promotes the Australian Gold Coast’s cultural scene. Natalie
Here @shoutem we talked with Mary Kilroy from Wilkins Harley-Davidson, the family-owned Harley Davidson dealership with over 60 years of experience. They’ve decided to offer useful iPhone and Android apps to easily share with and get information from customers. Mary discussed her thoughts about the advantages of mobiles for dealerships and the most important features within mobile
It’s hard to argue with the fact that the music industry has been severely impacted by the Internet. But that’s not always a bad thing. The smart bands and labels are finding innovative ways to reach and grow their audiences—and mobile apps are one of those ways. Take the app for Jukebox the Ghost, created
While the American tech scene and business culture garners a majority of the press, there’s no doubt that the international scene is finally receiving the respect it deserves. The Next Web (TNW), which offers the latest from all areas of the globe, is helping to bridge that gap. ShoutEm was honored when TNW asked us to create